We keep warning about the impending world economic collapse, which will lead to the new economic order of the future Antichrist. Check out the video below featuring Glenn Beck as he breaks down this coming collapse. Are we that close? We keep reading many prognosticators who are all saying the same thing. That the global economy is heading for the cliff, perhaps as soon as this fall, or early next year.
Now listen, you rich people, weep and wail because of the misery that is coming on you. Your wealth has rotted, and moths have eaten your clothes. 3 Your gold and silver are corroded. Their corrosion will testify against you and eat your flesh like fire. You have hoarded wealth in the last days. James 5:1-3 NIV
Are The Government And The Big Banks Quietly Preparing For An Imminent Financial Collapse?
Something really strange appears to be happening. All over the globe, governments and big banks are acting as if they are anticipating an imminent financial collapse. Unfortunately, we are not privy to the quiet conversations that are taking place in corporate boardrooms and in the halls of power in places such as
D.C. and London,
so all we can do is try to make sense of all the clues that are all around
us. Of course it is completely possible to misinterpret these clues, but
sticking our heads in the sand is not going to do any good either. Last
week, it was revealed that the U.S.
government has been secretly directing five of the biggest banks in America "to
develop plans for staving off collapse" for the last two years. By
itself, that wouldn't be that big of a deal. But when you add that piece
to the dozens of other clues of imminent financial collapse, a very troubling
picture begins to emerge.
Investors Prepare for Euro Collapse
Banks, companies and investors are preparing themselves for a collapse of the euro. Cross-border bank lending is falling, asset managers are shunning
Europe and money is flowing into
German real estate and bonds. The euro remains stable against the dollar
has debt problems too. But unlike the euro, the dollar's structure isn't in doubt.
Banks, investors and companies are bracing themselves for the possibility that the euro will break up -- and are thus increasing the likelihood that precisely this will happen. There is increasing anxiety, particularly because politicians have not managed to solve the problems. Despite all their efforts, the situation in
Greece appears hopeless. Spain is in trouble and, to make matters worse, Germany's Constitutional Court
will decide in September whether the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) is even
compatible with the German constitution.